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Re: Sonic Stage

Subject: Re: Sonic Stage
From: "macmang4125" macmang4125
Date: Thu Jul 27, 2006 12:21 am (PDT)
--- In  Rob Danielson <> wrote:
> At 2:32 PM -0700 7/26/06, Debbi B wrote:
> >It was whatever version I had before 4.0 that this happened on.
> >  But it did say something about converting files (or the
database?) when I
> >upgraded, so I'm a little hesitant to revert back. I just checked all
> >the oma files and they have a date of yesterday.
> >I do keep the wav files on an external HD (besides my laptop, at
> >least what fits), but I'll have to start keeping the oma files
there too.
> You can specify where the oma's are created in the tools menu. Its 
> best to place them where you would access them if you needed to 
> convert them to wav again.
> If you interrupt the the auto wav conversion process before it 
> completes, you can highlight the oma files in the library and 
> manually select convert to .wav and target the location. It does help 
> to understand what SS prefers to do with the files and use those 
> settings for awhile.  The prompts you describe seem normal for 
> installation. It may be that SS is now placing files in the default 
> location whereas your old location(s) were customized.
> I'm still confused about the nature of your problem(s). Are your 
> specifically having trouble with the conversion to .wav from oma? 
> Rob D.
I am also having problems with Sonic Stage v4, after I first installed
it I made 4 test recordings on my NH900 using a microphone onto a disc
I had just erased. Connecting the NH900 to my computer and I was able
to transfer the 4 tracks from it and have them converted to WAV's.
Ever since then everytime I try to transfer recordings all I get when
I hit the arrow is a flash of the transfer arrow and then zilch,
diddly squat, no error messages nothing! I have tried re-installing
the software but to no avail it still refuses to transfer material
across. (Now where did I put that hammer?)
Phil T

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